Iggy Azalea ‘feuds with Snoop Dogg’


Iggy Azalea reportedly called Snoop Dogg an “a*s” after he posted an offensive meme online. The 42-year-old rapper published an image on his Instagram account over the weekend of a woman with corn rows who appeared to be albino, with the caption reading: “Iggy Azalea no make up.” And on Monday Iggy apparently hit back at Snoop with a series of angry tweets.

'why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows'

“why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows (sic)," the Australian musician wrote on Twitter.

"My bodyguard stopped the fire truck that saved your friends life in canada when he almost burnt down the hotel. And everytime I've spoken to you, you've always been nice as hell

"I'm disappointed you'd be such an a*s for no reason,” she noted.

Iggy’s tweets have since been deleted and the original meme Snoop posted is no longer on his Instagram profile, according to TMZ.

Iggy has been embroiled in a number of strange controversies of late.

Recently the star’s ex-boyfriend Hefe Wine, real name Maurice Williams, filed divorce documents in Texas alleging he and the 24-year-old Fancy singer had a common law marriage, which prompted Iggy to set the record straight on Twitter.

“I think we already all know, but just to clarify. I'm NOT married,” Iggy tweeted. “Feel free to check the PUBLIC marriage records. Gotta laugh tho, now do you see the kinda craziness I deal with?! #ThisLifeWeLive (sic).”

The court papers are just the latest in the bitter battle between Iggy and Hefe that started when they split.

Following their break-up, Hefe claimed he owned the rights to music Iggy recorded during their relationship.

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